Motor accidents and blood samples in New South Wales
Murphy, Brendon. (2008). Motor accidents and blood samples in New South Wales. Journal of Law and Medicine. 15(4), pp. 644-653.
In the 12 months to June 2007, more than 26,000 people were injured in motor accidents on New South Wales roads. More than 400 people were killed. Alcohol was an important factor in a significant number of these accidents. The Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999 (NSW) contains provisions for the mandatory taking of blood samples from drivers who have caused death while driving and who are suspected of having driven under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This article considers the law regarding the requirement of hospital staff to collect blood samples from drivers involved in motor vehicle accidents in New South Wales.
|Journal||Journal of Law and Medicine|
|Journal citation||15 (4), pp. 644-653|
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